Remember several blogs back I made a teaser about my favorite pizza? Well, here it is: Tombstone's Garlic Bread pizza (the pepperoni type, of course). What do I think of it?
Well, since I'm not completely fussy about what's good pizza and what isn't (I know there's a few out there that left a bad taste in my mouth, but more on that later), it is safe to say that this particular pizza is one of my favorites.
Where do I start? The concept: brilliant! Combining garlic bread with pizza is a match made in heaven. Each bite leaves behind a garlicy flavor that actually lasts for quite a while. So taste wise; this pizza is worth every bite.
The crust itself is also excellent when cooked to perfection (believe me, I've burnt a few pizzas back when I was living in the dorms a few years back, but nothing too serious). The texture is perfectly balanced, and the crunch is well...crunchy. The toppings aren't over crowded in any way, so this makes the pizza all the more desirable.
Do I have any complaints? As a matter of fact, I do have a few. One complaint is that the price is a little bit higher (depending on where you live, it maybe cheaper). Another complaint is that this pizza takes a little longer to cook (probably because the crust is a little thicker?)
Overall, if you want a pizza that's anything but ordinary, this one's for you. This pizza is worth your time and effort. On a scale of 1 to 5, I give this pizza a 4.5. (Note: DO NOT TRY the garlic bread pizza from Pizza Hut. They are terrible, and you're not getting a whole lot of bang for your buck).
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He has a YouTube channel (link at home page). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.